by Rita Curtis
Fisheries Buybacks provides the reader with an overview of buybacks and the issues surrounding them as well as a synthesis of the literature on this subject of growing importance.
Fisheries Buybacks are an important strategy being implemented globally in the efforts to produce a more sustainable and profitable fisheries industry.
- Lessons from Fisheries Buybacks
- Do Buyback Programs Make Sense?
- Capacity Reduction and Productivity: A Profit Decomposition for the Australian South East Trawl Fishery
- A Case Study of Fishing Vessel Capacity Management Public Buyout Schemes: Community Experience through the Multi-Annual Guidance Programmes and Ways Forward
- Vessel Decommissioning in Danish Fisheries
- Decommissioning Schemes and Capacity Adjustment: A Preliminary Analysis of the French Experience
- The Decommissioning Scheme for the Italian Clam Fishery
- Driftnets Buyback Program: A Case of Institutional Failure
- The Impact of the EU Buyback Scheme on the Italian Fleet: The Northern and Central Adriatic Sea Bottom Trawlers Case
- Buyback Programs for Fishing Vessels in Norway
- The Effects of Buyback Programs in the British Columbia Salmon Fishery
- Effectiveness of Vessel Buyback Programs on the Offshore Fishery in Taiwan
- The Texas Inshore Bay and Bait License Buyback Program
- Buyback Programs and Industry Restructuring in Fisheries
- A Case Study of New England Groundfish Fishing Capacity Reduction